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What Happens When Energy Goes Missing?
Title: “Performance of algorithms that reconstruct missing transverse momentum in s = √8 TeV proton–proton collisions in the ATLAS detector”
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Tracking the Jets to Monte Carlo
Article: Calculating Track-Based Observables for the LHC Authors: Hsi-Ming Chang, Massimiliano Procura, Jesse Thaler, and Wouter J. Waalewijn Reference: arXiv:1303.6637
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Does the Higgs talk to itself?
Article: Indirect probes of the trilinear Higgs Coupling Authors: Martin Gorbahn, Ulrich Haisch Reference: 1607.03773 Hello particle munchers, I’m back to further discuss
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Universality classes are not that universal (…and some of its other shortcomings)
Article: Shortcomings of New Parameterizations of Inflation Authors: J. Martin, C. Ringeval and V. Vennin Reference: arXiv:1609.04739 The Cosmic Microwave Background
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Daya Bay and the search for sterile neutrinos
Today I bring you news from the Daya Bay reactor neutrino experiment, which detects neutrinos emitted by three nuclear power
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A new anomaly: the electromagnetic duality anomaly
Article: Electromagnetic duality anomaly in curved spacetimes Authors: I. Agullo, A. del Rio and J. Navarro-Salas Reference: arXiv:1607.08879 Disclaimer: this blogpost requires some
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Horton Hears a Sterile Neutrino?
Article: Limits on Active to Sterile Neutrino Oscillations from Disappearance Searches in the MINOS, Daya Bay, and Bugey-3 Experiments Authors:  Daya
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Inspecting the Higgs with a golden probe
Hello particle nibblers, After recovering from a dead-diphoton-excess induced depression (see here, here, and here for summaries) I am back
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Dragonfly 44: A potential Dark Matter Galaxy
Title: A High Stellar Velocity Dispersion and ~100 Globular Clusters for the Ultra Diffuse Galaxy Dragonfly 44 Publication: ApJ, v828, Number
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Searching for Magnetic Monopoles with MoEDAL
Article: Search for magnetic monopoles with the MoEDAL prototype trapping detector in 8 TeV proton-proton collisions at the LHC Authors:
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